Anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers at 262-TIPS. Nugent said that's Avon PD's preferred method of receiving confidential information. Any calls and texts that Crimestoppers receives can't be traced back to the informant.
"It helps people stay completely out of the mix," Nugent said. "It's proven to be incredibly productive for us to use."
Perry said Susie's Place hasn't conducted any interviews since the robbery. They had to postpone a couple that were scheduled for last Friday.
"We should be resuming our normal operations after the new year," Perry said.
Before the robbery the office only had a fire alarm system, which the thief or thieves disconnected while gaining entry through the front door. Susie's Place is having a security system installed now, which was donated by Synergy Telecom.
"I think then we'll feel a little safer about being in here," Perry said. "None of us want to come in after hours right now. None of us want to be the first to take that midnight call."
Their main concern now is that one of the computers that was stolen contained their entire case database. While that information is encrypted and would be tough to crack, officials are still trying to contact everyone named in their investigations.
"I don't think (the thieves) were interested in that information anyway," Perry said. "We want to reassure the public that this is nothing to worry about. We just want them to be aware of the situation."
Visit the website SusiesPlace.org for more information.